Launching of the new season, join us on September the 8th!
1kilo3 is not only on summer holidays but also in the re-thinking of its objectives, envies and evolution. Lots of reading, lots of talking, lots of inspiration stuff. During this period, we’ll share here not anymore our work but interesting … Continue reading
8FACT – Infinite Knowledge Official Account of 8FACT. Know What You Don’t Know.
It’s been a while that we’ve not written about new projetcs here, for a lot of (very good) reasons. Virginie joined Publicis Bruxelles as strategic planner 5 months ago, Fred worked on several AD missions during the same time and 1kilo3 was put … Continue reading
New GIFs for the Théatre de la Vie. Please click on the images. Next performances: Petit Eyolf, from January the 17th to the 28th. Kafka, les années Felice from March the 7th to the 11th. La parure, from March the … Continue reading
As a trailer for the next season, which begins on the 9th of September, a GIF GIFT with all the theater team and comedians. Followed by the first representation. Click on them!
Still in the same creative spirit, here is the new campaign Cogito with emailings, flyers, radio spots (thanks to Cobra Brewery!) and posters. Thanks to Drieu Godefridi, our trustful client.
A new year of collaboration between 1kilo3 and le Théatre de la Vie, with beautiful actors and beautiful representations ! See you all in september. Concept & photographs Fred Van Hoof.
Ultraquest is a project by Fred Van Hoof, Alain Biltereyst and Léon-Paul Debruyn, around a super hero well known in Asia: Ultraman. Photographs, paintings, film, book. Lots of surprising stuff for sure. Come and have a drink on Friday the … Continue reading
Fred Van Hoof realized a few weeks ago a new series of images with the TV presenter (and ex Miss Belgium) Sandrine Corman, for the handmade bags brand Lilù.The new collection Spring/Summer 2016 can be seen at the shop (9 rue … Continue reading
The AAF begins in one week, save the date! At 1kilo3, we are very proud of one young artist selected to show her work there: Camille Van Hoof. Do not miss it